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The tram is free from the Entertainment centre all the way to the city square. Then there is a fee from their to Glenelg. Generally the tram is quite safe to ride at night and early morning. Though note that the trams stop running after...More
An excellent service in Adelaide along the main drag and also has a service from Adelaide to Glenelg. Seniors can travel free from 9 to 3 on the tram and the bus services in Adelaide which is a great saving. If you are from another...More
Great tram service to Glenelg. Very easy to catch opposite the end of Rundall Mall and drops you very close to the beach. Definitely worth a visit, although can be crowded at peak hour times and so hard to get to the self-serve ticket machine.
What a treat to hop on the tram in Adelaide and head for Glenelg - at no cost because we are seniors. This is a great service. The tram is free for seniors throughout the city, but there is a cost for some to get...More
The Glenelg tram went right past the Stamford Plaza Hotel where I was staying and includes a stop at the Adelaide Central Markets. It was a comfortable trip and once out of Adelaide City, quite speedy. Glenelg was cool in August but there were a...More
This is the best way to get from Glenelg into Adelaide. Frequent, efficient and reasonably priced.
Not a rant - but a polite request - please ask those concerned to remove their feet from the seats.
I will use this service as my first choice...More
Easy, clean, and hasslefree! A trip to Glenelg by tram is a must. We did it twice during our time in lovely Adelaide. Love the trams. They must be the envy of the world. We enjoyed coffee in Glenelg and a walk down to the...More
I get the tram almost daily from Glenelg to the city for work and occasionally weekends with my family. For the price it’s always our first choice. They run very regularly and if you miss one, the next won’t be long behind. Always a first...More
Yes you can, take it to an Information place and they sight your card and you have FREE travel and if you are in Adelaide go on The Obahn it’s great. We did our information exchange ticket in Rundle Mall